Who we serve
Idaho Servant Adventures partners with numerous non-profits, agencies and Christian organizations in the “Silver Valley” of north Idaho, serving under-served kids, youth, adults, families, and communities in one of the least advantaged counties in the nation.
Children, the elderly, the un- or under-employed and the disabled are frequent recipients of service.
In the typical Servant Adventure week, participants work four days on a service team of 5 or 6 teens and one adult. Every team member is given one of six important leadership roles, based on individual skills and interests. Service teams head out each morning with a sack lunch for daily projects, returning to camp mid-afternoon for leadership debriefs, recreational and relaxation options, and fantastic evening programming.
Some work projects involve construction, repair and remodeling projects at our two north Idaho camps; other projects involve work on US Forest Service land.
Idaho Servant Adventures offers many different types of service experiences
- Home repair
- Kids’ programs
- Work on the Coeur d’Alene Reservation
- Elderly assistance
- Work with the disabled
- National Forest trail work
- Community development
How’s it Work?
Youth and adult participants are divided into small teams that either stay on site or travel to one of several small north Idaho communities. Teams may do painting and renovation projects, facilitate a Day Camp program, help build a house, work with the elderly at a resident care facility, or partner with other organizations working to meet community needs.
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